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Can you give an idea about 3G mobile spectrum...? it has any speciality......?

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Asked by Shajeer Bathery, 15 Dec '09 10:43 pm
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Third Generation or 3G is a generic term used for the next generation of mobile communication systems.

With 3G spectrums, your mobile can work for you even while you sleep. It sets your travel schedule and checks for jams along your route, whether you take the car/bus or the train. It can double up as cash and plastic money, a one-instrument payment system to pay for your tickets and purchases by simply texting the bank.

It can be your one-stop entertainment box that holds music files, downloads programmes you love while you're on the move.

It can work out what to do with incoming phone calls and messages -- direct voice calls to voicemail when you are in a meeting, for instance, but providing a discreet text summary of the caller and the nature of the call.

3G spectrum has been provided to GSM players like Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, Mahanagar Telephone Nigam [Get Quote] Limited, Bharti Airtel [Get Quote] and Vodafone Essar (then Hutch) to carry out an interface check ...more
Answered by BeHappy, 15 Dec '09 11:02 pm

 
  
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Yes, Third Generation technology gives you never before speed for transmitting voice, data and related stuff.
Answered by Lucky, 15 Dec '09 11:00 pm

 
  
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